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  • 4 million UPnP devices may be vulnerable to attack

    15.10.2014

    Akamai has observed the use of a new reflection and amplification DDoS attack that deliberately misuses communications protocols that come enabled on millions of home and office devices, including routers, media servers, web cams, smart TVs and printers.

  • POODLE vulnerability: The end of life of SSL 3.0

    15.10.2014

    There is a critical security vulnerability in SSL 3.0 which allows attackers to calculate the plaintext of encrypted connections, and it will likely spell the end of the use of this particular SSL version.

  • Russian espionage group used Windows 0-day to target NATO, EU

    14.10.2014

    In today's Patch Tuesday, Microsoft will be releasing a wide variety of patches, and among them will be one for a zero-day vulnerability that has been used in a cyber-espionage campaign targeting NATO, the European Union, Ukrainian and Polish government organizations, and European companies in the telecommunications and energy sectors.

  • Personal info of 850k Oregon jobseekers potentially compromised

    14.10.2014

    851,322 individuals who used Oregon Employment Department's WorkSource Oregon Management Information System (WOMIS) will soon be receiving notices that they information might have been compromised due to a recently discovered vulnerability.

  • Dropbox bug left some users without their stored files

    13.10.2014

    Popular file cloud hosting service Dropbox has been sending out emails to a "small number" of its customers, explaining that some of their files have been irretrievably lost because of a bug in its Selective Sync feature.




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Staples customers likely the latest victims of credit card breach

Posted on 21 October 2014.  |  Multiple banks say they have identified a pattern of credit and debit card fraud suggesting that several Staples Inc. office supply locations in the Northeastern United States are currently dealing with a data breach.


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